Finally I can provide a link where you can download the source code for the initial release of MNRT (version 1.00). At first, I tried to place the code on Google Code, as I read a lot of its simplicity. However I got some server error during registration, which seemed to be related to the Mercurial revision control system. Consequently I wasn’t able to connect to the Mercurial repository.
However I did not want to give up the time I spent reading about Mercurial. So I tried another Mercurial-based code hosting provider, namely CodePlex, Microsoft’s counterpart to Google Code. Up to now I like this system very much. I only encountered problems uploading my huge project to the repository (using
hg push <host>). They were related to my slow upload connection, as I got timeout errors.
The solution was to upload revision by revision using
hg push -r <number> <host>. However I did not have more than one revision as I unfortunately developed MNRT without any revision control. So I created virtual revisions by adding the source files in chunks (core files, GUI files, …). I call them virtual, as they are not related to some development process.
The resulting repository at CodePlex can be found here:
A comprehensive source code documentation created using Doxygen is available here: